Why We Like This Ship

  • Small ship with only 53 cabins
  • Completely remodelled in 2008
  • Bilingual lectures daily
  • 2 comfortable lounges in which to relax
  • All inclusive of meals, excursions and open bar
  • A1 ice class rating to allow close proximity to glaciers
  • Excursions to suit all abilities/ adventure levels
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Swoop says

Skorpios II is a comfortable vessel (if a little dated in it's decor!) and explores the Northern Fjords of Chile, where few other cruises operate. A top tip is to avoid the top two decks, because their windows face directly onto an outside corridor, which limits privacy.

Voyages on the Skorpios II

Cabin Categories

The Skorpios II has a capacity of 106 passengers. Each on-board cabin offers queen or double beds, a private bathrooms and a television.

Master Suite

  • Spacious cabins with a king-size bed
  • Located on the Olympo Deck
  • Cabin windows offer the best view on board

Junior Suite

  • Spacious cabins with a queen size bed
  • Located on the Olympo Deck with direct access to the deck
  • Great views through cabin windows

Double cabin

  • Double cabins are located on the Athos and Olympo decks
  • These cabins have one double bed
  • These cabins have windows

Twin Cabin

  • Twin cabins are located on the Parthenon, Acropolis and Atenas decks
  • Cabins have two twin beds and most have windows

Skorpios II Deck Plan


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